Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are engaged to be married after three years of dating, their reps confirm to People magazine exclusively. Miley said, "I'm so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam." Liam and Miley met when when they costarred in "The Last Song" in 2009. He proposed on May 31 with a 3.5-carat diamond ring from jeweler Neil Lane. Next up for the couple? Miley is in the studio working on a new album, while Liam is currently filming "Empire State" in New Orleans. He'll also shoot "Paranoia" with Harrison Ford before beginning production on the second "Hunger Games" installment. He's 22, she's 19.
Jackson Rathbone, who plays Jasper Hale in the "Twilight" movies, will be a dad soon. His girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi is expecting a baby boy any day now. And her pregnancy caused Jackson to do something unexpected. He says, "I did something I never thought I would ever do. I sent a picture over on Twitter of my son's unborn penis. I had to do it. I was so proud in the moment. I literally screamed when I found out in the doctor's office."
Chris Brown is obviously still a raw subject for Rihanna because she got pretty ticked off at a reporter for the British edition of "Esquire" who brought it up. The interviewer asked Rihanna about recording two remixes with Chris earlier this year, saying it might send the wrong message that she had, "gone back to someone who put you in the hospital." Not surprisingly, that set her off. She said, "Oh really? Did I? Did I? Did I? Did I?" She added, "If I went back to him as a girlfriend, then that’s a whole different discussion. I think a lot of people jumped to an assumption that was incorrect and they ended up looking stupid." But the interviewer kept going, saying it might be hard for the public to separate a professional reconciliation from a personal one. Rihanna said, "This is turning into a tacky interview. What do you really want to talk about? I'm not here to talk about messy s***. He told her that's what’s been making the headlines recently. So Rihanna snapped back with, "OK! So do you want to talk about everything on Google? Or do you want to talk about stuff that my fans want to know? Let’s get to the real stuff. The stuff that’s important." So he asked her what do your fans want to know? And Rihanna yelled at him again, telling him, "You tell me. You’re asking the questions and I give you the answers. I can’t give the questions too." Read the whole interview HERE.
A while back, Snooki said that, since she's pregnant, she would not be living with the rest of the "Jersey Shore" cast on the upcoming season. But she won't be far away. On Monday, she moved into her own place, which is right next door to the "Jersey Shore" house. Here is video of her moving in, and a few pictures of her new pad.
When Sheryl Crow forgot the words to "Soak Up the Sun" during a show last month, she joked, "I'm 50 what can I say! My brain has gone to s***!" But as it turns out, she has a much more serious excuse: Shery has a brain tumor. It is benign, and her doctors told her not to worry about it. That's because it's a "common" growth called a meningioma. Her rep explains, "Half of us are walking around with these brain tumors but you don't really know unless you happen to have an MRI. This was a random mention during an interview. It was not meant to alarm anyone. She's doing great." Sheryl said, "I was worried about my memory so much that I went and got an MRI. And I found out I have a brain tumor. And I was, like, 'See? I knew there was something wrong.'" She knew about this before forgetting her lyrics last month. She was diagnosed back in November, but "hasn't really talked about it." Sheryl is also a breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed back in 2006 and beat it after undergoing minimally invasive surgery and radiation therapy.
On September 18th, Michael Jackson's estate is putting out a 25th anniversary edition of his 1987 album, "Bad". It'll include a disc of demos and songs that didn't make it onto the album. One of those songs is called "Don't Be Messin' 'Round", and it's available at Walmart now, or you can preview it for free right HERE. They're selling it for $1.88. But they're not selling it digitally. You have to buy the actual CD. Interestingly enough, these previously unreleased demos will remain untouched. The unfinished tracks are going to be left unfinished. That means some of them include Michael "giving instructions, vocally dictatinginstrumental parts, and ad-libbing lyrics." So, the vocals are raw, the production is thin, but the tracks are authentic.